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Yes, easy, but even a simple puzzle gets the gears whirring. I always try the daily puzzle before beginning live chess.
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Went streight for # and didn't notice the queen at f6. Lesson in humility!
1. Ne7+ Kg7
Easy puzzle but a good example of a decoy move.
why wouldn't the king just go to g-7?
What if black play Kg7? Is there a response for white? I can't see it.
White's response would be Qh6#
not very good one
This took 2.8 seconds to solve. Try harder, please. Grazi!
Why doesn't Black play Kg7 after Ne7+???
Gotta stop that Queen from covering the corner. Either she captures the Knight, or the King moves to g7 and blocks her.
Why play the Modern ...Qd6 Scandinavian?
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